Professor Edgar Morgenroth Joins DCU Business School
Professor Edgar Morgenroth has joined Dublin City University’s Business School as a Full Professor of Economics.
Professor Morgenroth joins the University from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI), where he held positions for almost 20 years. Prior to that, he worked at Keele University and the Strategic Investment Board (SIB). He is also an independent member of the National Economic and Social Council (NESC), a Fellow of the UK Academy of Social Sciences and a Fellow of the Regional Studies Association having served as its vice chairman and treasurer.
Professor Morgenroth holds a PhD in Economics from Keele University in the UK, and Bachelor’s (Economics and Geography) and Masters (Economics and Finance) degrees from Maynooth University. He is also an alumnus of Boston College, having been awarded a Diploma in Urban Economic Development in Boston (MA).
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